THIS YouTube Star Wore a Face Mask and a Bikini to a Grocery Store!

Following city orders has never been sexier!

Last week, YouTube star Tana Mongeau shocked social media when she went to a Whole Foods in Los Angeles wearing a mandatory face mask AND a revealing bikini!

“this is all the content i have to provide this week,” the Internet personality — who has over 10 million combined followers on Instagram and YouTube — captioned the photos posted over the weekend.

In regard to the snap of a spilled container of fruit, the 21-year-old clarified, “i cleaned up & paid for the pineapple.”

Needless to say, fans were amused by Mongeau’s clothing choice, or lack thereof.

“no shoes no shirt? still service?” an IG user commented.

“At least you wore a mask!!” another exclaimed.

“Tana this was the first thing that popped up IM AT A FAMILY DINNER,” one revealed.

The “MTV No Filter: Tana Turns 21” star previously made headlines when she and fellow viral sensation Jake Paul seemingly tied the knot July 2019 in Las Vegas. The two — who took a break from their relationship this January — have both publicly admitted their wedding was not real.

Early last month, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti ordered all city residents to wear face coverings while shopping at essential businesses, such as grocery stores, pharmacies, hotels, taxis, and ride-hailing vehicles. Additionally, employers are required to provide masks, or reimburse employees for the cost.

“Every Angeleno will share this responsibility with employers: to keep workers and everybody else safe, which is why we are requiring customers to wear face coverings to enter those businesses,” Garcetti said at a press conference.

Those who do not comply with orders may face penalties.


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